HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL WEDNESDAY-
MARSHFIELD 4 HOLLISTER 3
IBERIA 15 LAQUEY 0
STOCKTON 5 BUFFALO 4
WHEATLAND 15 HERMITAGE 3
HALFWAY 8 FAIR PLAY 7
PLEASANT HOPE 11 DIAMOND 1
ROGERSVILLE 8 MOUNTAIN GROVE 2
HELIAS 8 CAPITAL CITY 2
RUSSELLVILLE 10 SOUTH CALLAWAY 0
RUSSELLVILLE 16 TUSCUMBIA 1
PACIFIC 12 ST. JAMES 2
TODAY: WEST PLAINS AT LEBANON 4:30 ON KBNN AM 750
PLATO 1 KOSHKONONG 0
SKYLINE 12 BUFFALO 4
CRANE 4 FORDLAND 2
FORSYTH 11 CABOOL 1
HOUSTON 5 HOLLISTER 1
STRAFFORD 11 PLEASANT HOPE 7
HIGH SCHOOL TRACK-
THE WAYNESVILLE TIGERS AND WEST PLAINS LADY ZIZZERS CAPTURED TEAM FIRST PLACE HONORS WEDNESDAY AT THE OZARK CONFERENCE TRACK AND FIELD MEET AT JFK STADIUM IN SPRINGFIELD…
MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-
CARDINALS 4 METS 1
METS 7 CARDINALS 2
Paul DeJong and Paul Goldschmidt homered in Game One to pace St. Louis to a victory…DeJong says the long ball is a primary component while looking to manufacture offense as well..
Ryan Helsley picked up the win while Alex Reyes notched the save. In Game Two, Tomas Nido and Jonathan Villar homered as the Mets cruised to a five run decision. Jordan Yamamoto picked up the win for the Mets, ending a six-game Redbird win streak. The four game series wraps up this afternoon at Busch Stadium with pre-game at 11:20 this morning on 103.7..
Cardinal fans voted Keith Hernandez into the Cardinals Baseball Hall of Fame. Hernandez played 10 seasons with the Cardinals before being traded to the New York Mets in 1983.
As a Cardinal he hit .299 with 265 doubles, 81 home runs and 595 RBI while becoming the game’s best defensive first baseman. Hernandez won six straight Gold Gloves with the Cardinals and was co-MVP of the National League in 1979…
CLEVELAND 5 ROYALS 4
THE KANSAS CITY BULLPEN CONTINUES TO GO THROUGH A DIFFICULT STRETCH IN THIS SERIES….JOSH NAYLOR HOMERED OFF WADE DAVIS IN THE TOP OF THE NINTH AS CLEVELAND RALLIED FROM A 4-NOTHING DEFICIT AFTER FIVE TO WIN A 3RD STRAIGHT GAME AT KAUFFMAN STADIUM..KC MANAGER MIKE MATHENY…
HUNTER DOZIER HOMERED FOR A SECOND STRAIGHT NIGHT FOR THE ROYALS WHO TRY TO SALVAGE THE FOUR GAME SERIES FINALE THIS AFTERNOON AT 1:10…
KANSAS 3 MISSOURI STATE 1
MINOR LEAGUE BASEBALL-
WICHITA 5 SPRINGFIELD CARDINALS 4
ANAHEIM 3 ST. LOUIS BLUES 2 (SHOOTOUT)
Troy Terry scored the lone goal of the shootout as the Ducks edged the Blues at the Enterprise Center. Max Jones and Haydn Fleury scored in regulation for Anaheim, which split the two-game series. Anthony Stolarz stopped 24 shots plus all three shootout attempts in the victory. Mike Hoffman and Kyle Clifford lit the lamp for the Blues, who have earned at least a point in seven straight. Hoffman said the effort was good even though the play at times was erratic..
St. Louis is now eight points ahead of Los Angeles for the fourth and final playoff spot in the West Division. The Blues honored Ducks center and former team captain David Backes in a post-game ceremony with expectations he’ll retire at the end of his 15th season in the NHL…Up next for the Blues is a Friday night game at Las Vegas.